XQuery and MarkLogic Developer Blogs

Inspired by this list of Computational Linguistic Blogs, I thought I’d aggregate and share the blogs I follow that provide useful information on working with XQuery and/or MarkLogic Server.

The blogs noted here are alive and active.   I like these as they’re written by people who are actually writing code, building things, and solving problems.  They provide code examples, as well as practical insight.   I give a brief synopsis of the activity, and if the author also provides information on working with MarkLogic, I note that as well.  Finally, if the author is active on twitter, you can click their name to follow.

The following are all awesome and listed in no particular order.

Blogroll

  • alex bleasdale / Developer Notes
  • Self-described as notes on XML and Web Development, he’s been on a MarkLogic and XQuery tear lately.  Lots of useful information here.

  • norman walsh / blog
  • Norm is a shotgun blast of all things X: XML, XProc, XQuery, XSLT and more.  He’s now an Engineer at MarkLogic too.  Posts frequently, and its always good.

  • matt turner / Discovering XQuery
  • Irregular posting, but when published, they’re always good.  The blog archive provides many useful tutorials for working with XQuery as well as MarkLogic Server.

  • kit wallace / blog
  • A person who sees solutions written in other languages, asks himself “how would I do that in XQuery”, figures it out, and shares the code.  Useful, fun, and frequent posts on XQuery , XSLT,  XProc and more.

  • jeni tennison / Musings
  • Excellent posts on XQuery, XML, RDF, and Linked Data published on a regular basis.

  • mattio valentino /Rendition Protocol
  • Posts on MarkLogic, XQuery, and more.  The blog is a collection of his development notes and is full of useful snippets and insight.

Alright, that’s it for now.  If you know of others who share XQuery code, experience and/or information on working with MarkLogic Server on a regular basis, I’d really like to know about them.  Please let me know who they are so I can check them out and maybe add them to the list.

Thanks!

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